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IFMA CHESAPEAKE CHAPTER RECOGNIZED AS SMALL CHAPTER OF THE YEAR AT
WORLD WORKPLACE 2019!
We are pleased to announce that IFMA Chesapeake was recognized as the Small Chapter of the Year at the 2019 World Workplace Conference in Phoenix. Seventeen chapter members attended the conference this year and were honored to accept the award on behalf of the chapter.
The award recognizes the chapter of 200 members or less that excels in membership marketing, professional development and communications. Additionally, the chapter must meet or exceed membership expectations, be fiscally responsible, communicate to their membership a clear strategic plan and implement its action items. They must also maintain quality growth, be innovative in raising funds, and have a high percentage of members attending and participating in meetings.
We extend a big thank you to Past President Ed Fraczkowski who initiated the application process. Board members contributed content as well to round out the winning application. We look forward to another amazing year!
IFMA Chesapeake - Chapter Day at NFMT 2020 Cancelled
IFMA CHESAPEAKE CHAPTER PARTNERS WITH NFMT!
Networking Event Wednesday evening hosted by the Chesapeake Chapter
This event has been cancelled for 2020. Refunds will be issued for paid registrants.
Contact the Chapter Administrator with any questions.
we look forward to seeing you in March 2021!
IFMA & AAWDC Partnership - Training Update
The International Facilities Management Association's, "Essentials of Facilities Management", course was offered in partnership with Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation at the Anne Arundel County Career Center in Linthicum Heights, from Sept 9-12, 2019. This is the second successful IFMA designed and delivered training at the Center in the past 18 months. The training was taught by IFMA members, Gary Pfeifer and Joe Versey, and included a special section on blueprint reading, in addition to the 10 modules Essentials of Facilities Management curriculum. The training was funded through a State of Maryland workforce grant focused on increasing and enhancing the construction industry pipeline of skilled workers. Eight students, from a variety of professional backgrounds, attended the training with aspirations of entering or moving up within the FM Industry. The students were very appreciative of the training and are hoping to attend IFMA networking events and undertake additional IFMA certificate courses in the future.